Strongest Predicted Man Utd Line Up, That Could Beat AC Milan And Ibrahimovic
By BobMurimiNdwiga | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 192 views
Manchester United will meet Italian heavyweights AC Milan in a season defining match tomorrow. Ole Gunnar Soleskjaer's team will require to atleast score one goal in order to qualify for the quarter final of the Europa league.
At the back, Soleskjaer will be well advised to stick with Eric Bailly, Maguire, Wan Bissaka and Luke Shaw. Dean Henderson should have the nod ahead of David Degea due to his match fitness.
Bailly and Maguire should start in defense because Victor Lindelof will definitely be overrun by Zlatan Ibrahimovic. In Midfield, Fred and Mctominey should form the holding pair.
However, Paul Pogba, if passed to start, should play on the left wing, while Marcus Rashford plays on the right. Bruno should occupy his normal position at number 10. Edinson Cavani would be the best person to lead the line.
Luke Shaw and Rashford could put in crosses for Cavani if Bruno is man marked a lot. This would definitely be our strongest line up.
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